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When you go to the Arlington Cemetery make sure you don't miss this. When we went this event happens on the hour. Get there roughly 10 - 15 minutes before the start so you get a good seat. When I visited they swapped out the...More
The Tomb of the Unknown Solider in Arlington VA is an experience in how our country has been protected by our military. The precision in which these soldiers march is unbelievable. Always bring your camera. wear your comfortable shoes and most of all, be respectful...More
Squeezed in Arlington cemetery on a Sunday afternoon at 4pm which left just about enough time to witness the last changing of the guard at 5pm after which visitors are asked to leave the site pronto. Arriving before 3pm allows you to make the most...More
This is a place of honor. While there, a WWII veteran was honored. He was helped forward by comrades from Some other countries to place the writhe. We watched the changing of the guard which is done very seriously and with great detail. Something to...More
This time honored tradition at Arlington National Cemetary is in honor of all of our men and women in uniform who paid the ultimate sacrifice while defending our great nation. The changing of the elite troops assigned to guard the tomb is nothing less than...More
This is the location of the graves of serviceman whose identities are unknown. It is a place quiet, respect honoring these servicemen. Every 30 minutes there is a changing of the guard ceremony and sometimes it is followed by a wreath laying ceremony by various...More
There is a fee to go into the cemetery. The changing of the guard is a short walk away. You do not have to get on the tour trolley, however once you have paid the entrance fee why NOT take the trolly. It is included. I do... More
There is a fee to go into the cemetery. The changing of the guard is a short walk away. You do not have to get on the tour trolley, however once you have paid the entrance fee why NOT take the trolly. It is included. I do not think you can go in otherwise but I am not sure as I did not inquire. Sorry I could not be more helpful.